Everyone knows buying a home is expensive. You might not realize selling a home can cost a pretty penny, too.
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It might feel like every little money misstep gets reported to the credit bureaus, but sometimes, you're in the clear (at least with the bureaus).
Yep, you can totally wreck someone else's credit score. Don't be that person.
It's the easiest way to rack up more rewards. Just keep a few caveats in mind.
Renting a home is more than just finding the right place. Make sure you know everything up front by asking these important questions first.
Buying a house comes with tons of hidden costs — and newbie buyers tend to overlook these 10 big ones.
If high housing costs seem scary in your dream city, consider this — the lifestyle change may be worth the move!
If your water bill is rising, and you can't afford a plumber, roll up your sleeves and find and fix those costly leaks yourself. You can do this!
Even the best savers among us sometimes slip up, but if you can avoid these common savings mistakes and your money will grow and grow.
Cut your electric bill by getting serious about conservation. Plug these easy to miss power leaks and watch the savings add up.
Dreading the AC expense this summer? Trim your energy costs year round with these simple tricks.
Some businesses will try to slip unfair fees onto your bill. Watch for these extras on your statements to be certain you're only paying what you owe.
Big utility bill sinking your budget? Make the planet and your wallet greener by plugging up these five surprising home energy leaks.
Cell phone voice and data charges can climb in a hurry. Keep your cell data bill manageable by managing your plan, and your usage, more cleverly.
Today we found some fantastic articles on tips for reducing your water bill, banking tips for 20-somethings, and early retirement risks.
From hand-cranking a flashlight to setting up solar panels to creating your own hydroelectric dam, generating your own electricity is totally achievable.
Saving hot water can be easy — and even help you lose weight — with just a few habit changes.
I've always used the term "off the grid" in a literal sense — not being connected to power or other systems. Nick Rosen means more than that.
Most of us aren't ready to give up home heating altogether, but here are a few tricks we can learn from the hardcore heat resisters.
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